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The useful family herbal, or, An account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues ?and of the drugs, which are produced by vegetables of other countries ? with their descriptions, and their uses, as proved by experience ? illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants ? with an introduction ... and an appendix containing a proposal for the farther seeking into the virtues of English herbs, and the manner of doing it with ease and safety ? the whole intended for the use of families, and for the instruction of those who are desirous of relieving the distressed sick /by John Hill ... (1755)

Author: Hill, John,; Jeffreys, Thomas.; W. Johnstone.; W. Owen.
Subject: Botany, Medical; Early works to 1800; Great Britain; Herbs; Materia medica, Vegetable; Therapeutic use
Publisher: London : Printed for W. Johnston ... and :W. Owen ...,
Possible copyright status: Permission to digitize granted by rights holder
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Book contributor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Collection: botanicus; biodiversity

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